In Other News

Former New Garden supervisor starts prison term

By Michael P. Rellahan @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter |


  • Our say

    Festival benefits outlive the day

    For several years now, there has been some criticism of the annual Mushroom Festival in Kennett Square — or the fact that the town closes down for two days to make room for it.


  • General news

    East Marlborough police to get new temporary home

    EAST MARLBOROUGH >> Some municipalities conduct their business like hockey games — a contact sport, mostly governed by rules, but punctuated by occasional moments when the gloves come off and fists meet faces.

    By Matt Freeman For @kennettpaper on Twitter |

  • Sports

    Volleyball: Shultz sisters power Shanahan over Unionville

    UNIONVILLE >> Bishop Shanahan has a very unique one-two punch.

    By Rich Fogel @RBFogel26 |

  • Business

    Harris rebrands Eco Boutique store in Kennett Square

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Doug Harris has officially opened his newly rebranded store, State & Union, located appropriately, at State and Union streets in Kennett Square.

    Fran Maye

  • Sports

    Girls Cross Country: Young, Breeding run Unionville past Great Valley

    Media >> It is not an exaggeration to claim that the Unionville girls’ cross country team could be one of the best in the nation this upcoming year.

    By Kieran McCauley @k_mac_14 on Twitter |

  • Arts and entertainment

    Results from the 29th annual Mushroom Festival

    National Fried Mushroom Eating Championship


  • Sports

    Base Ball: Brandywine BBC drops double match against Talbot

    Editor’s note: In the spirit of 19th-century base ball, the story is written with the game’s terminology used in the late 1800s. Immediately following the term, in parenthesis, is the word used in today’s time. Players in the league also refer to themselves in nicknames, which was common during that period of time.

    Candice Monhollan

  • General news

    Chadds Ford restaurant robbed at gunpoint

    State police are looking for the suspect who robbed Friendly’s Restaurant at Painters Crossing in Chadds Ford at gunpoint Monday morning.

    21st Century Media |

  • Opinion

    Outdoor festivals have a rough interruption

    With crowds attending both the Chadds Ford Days and Mushroom Festival this past weekend, a sudden deluge of rain on Saturday was an unwelcome visitor. There was nothing to do but close the festivals down. At the Chadds Ford Days, longtime volunteer George Franz timed it perfectly, closing the festival 20 minutes before the storm.


  • General news

    Newsweek: Unionville High 68th best in nation

    Indepth rankings by Newsweek have Unionville High School as the sixth best high school in Pennsylvania, and the 58th best high school in the nation.

    Staff Reports |

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